Chesapeake divers

ANNAPOLIS, Md. – A journalist, orthopedic consultant, welder and deputy sheriff enter a floating blind in the middle of the Chesapeake Bay…

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PERSPECTIVE: There’s more to hunting and fishing than just the yield

Planning trips to go hunting or fishing just to come up short is nothing less than disappointing. Not all of us are lucky enough to have plenty of acres or a body of water out of our backdoor that we can walk out into in search of whatever our hearts desire that day. But one thing that I think all hunters and anglers share is … Continue reading PERSPECTIVE: There’s more to hunting and fishing than just the yield

Masters of elusion: Western Maryland grey squirrels get away during three-day split hunt

SMITHSBURG, Md. – It’s crazy to think that an area four hours from your normal hunting spot would breed different quirks in the same animal, but that seemed to be the case when scoping out squirrels in the hills of western Maryland. 

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Danner Powderhorn boots impress on first cold hunting trip

It’s been a while since I’ve been impressed by something as simple as a boot, but Danner may have a new lifetime customer.

It could be that I’ve never treated myself to a pair of solid boots, too, but when I first tried on my new pair of Powderhorns I was immediately impressed. At first, it felt slightly clunky because they went up 10 inches to my lower calf, but after walking around in them for a half-hour it felt as if I had been wearing them for weeks. They got a little more action in the following days when I would walk my hound on the hills that surround my house, and whether it was rainy or wet with 30-degree temperatures the boots managed well.

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